Jupiter has opened its Asia Pacific hedge fund to external investment.
The $25m long/short Jupiter Asia Pacific fund, managed by Philip Ehrmann, has been incubated since 1 December 2006 initially as a paper portfolio and, since 2 April 2007, with internal seed money and ‘friends and family’ funding.
Since 2 April 2007 the fund has returned 15.75%. The portfolio, which has an emphasis on mid caps, currently holds 58 stocks, 40 of which are long positions. It has a net exposure of just under 70% and gross exposure of 220%. Minimum investment is £10,000.
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